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Energy Week – August 6, 2021

Energy Friendly News from the Rocky Mountains and Elsewhere – Dino Headed for Extinction? Gas Certifier Gets Competition, Incident Response Fail, NM Jumps to No. 2 Oil Producer, True Plastic Recycling, NREL Permitting App for Solar, More Taxes Will Solve Everything, IDCs Work so They Must Go. By Dan Larson Sinclair to Go the Way […]

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Now Showing at the Show

I went to the movie theater seven times in 2020, four times before the virus shut everything down and three after theaters reopened, albeit under pandemic protocols. During the shutdown, the movie industry delayed release of its biggest movies indefinitely and is only now, reopening the new release pipeline. I will always prefer going to […]

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Second Gen RV Dealer

Dave’s RV, in Danbury, CT, has found success as single-line RV dealership selling Newmar motorcoaches. Personal touches, direct connection with customers and an exceptional level of service quality make up the foundation. Coming out of the pandemic, leadership direction is maintained while Dave Jr., gradually takes the reins. Continue reading

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Electric Grid as a Blockchain? Research Shows AI Role in Connecting Microgrids

A Colorado-based research lab is leading the way in connecting distributed energy resources with the electric grid and each other by using blockchain technology to build autonomous local networks. As Colorado races to spread the seeds of a carbon-free landscape, renewable energy researchers say that transitioning to all-electric power in homes and buildings will provide […]

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Colorado Oil & Gas Ahead of Curve for ESG Reporting

Empowering Colorado Posted February 21, 2021 Investors are demanding insight into more than just financials from oil and gas companies. They also seek comparisons of a company’s risk in a low-carbon future, its environmental impact, exposure to potential hazards and support for communities. Colorado companies have a head start on meeting and measuring these standards […]

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Charting a New Flooring Course

By Dan Larson RV News, February 2021 Faced with an RV flooring market that flipped, almost overnight, from carpeting to resilient flooring, the head of an industry-leading supplier changed the company’s heading and now sees smooth sailing ahead. Read about how Bill Watters, president of Syntec Industries, rode the wave of transition and now supplies […]

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